Located in Lansing, Mich., Capital Region International Airport (LAN) and Port Lansing provide air cargo shippers a comprehensive package of services that deliver seamless processing and shipments of both domestic and international freight. In addition to serving as the hub for UPS’s Michigan air operations, LAN works with nearly 20 other air cargo carriers that transport goods through the airport to domestic and global destinations. In 2013, more than 44 million pounds were shipped, received or transited by air cargo carriers at LAN.
Port Lansing Is Logistics Simplified
- On NAFTA and major U.S. trade corridors.
- Access to more than 9 million consumers in Michigan.
- Proximity to major markets and 91 million consumers within 500 miles of Port Lansing.
- 8,500-foot runway that accommodates the largest aircraft cargo freighters, including Boeing 747s.
- On-site air and ocean freight-forwarding service. Complete services – including shipping documentation, arranging for pickup and drayage service, and air and ocean bookings for worldwide destinations – are available.
- On-site U.S. Customs and Border Protection staff, which means faster Customs clearances and consistent releases on imported merchandise
- U.S. Customs Port Code: 3807; FIRMS Code: I078.
- On-site cargo ground handling agent and cargo fixed-base operator, providing 24/7 cargo loading/unloading by experienced personnel servicing all aircraft types up to Boeing 747F.
- Special Foreign Trade Zone possibilities. Foreign Trade Zones (FTZ) are designated areas where foreign and domestic merchandise is considered outside U.S. Customs territory. FTZ users enjoy better cash flow and savings or elimination of customs duties on activities within the FTZ area.
- Airside and landside property available for development as close as three miles to Interstates I-69 and I-96, meaning no idling or waiting times from your Port Lansing facility to the interstate system – saving you fuel and eliminating costly waits.